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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Wadewitz Benstead both a part of City both believe in Racine continued from Page i a Ford the Price of a movie could stay Home and do Jigsaw puzzles a said Benstead. He added parents did not deny their children ten cent books. Which on their Long lists of personal philanthropies do Wadewitz and Benstead consider most significant gave us site a a i done to know As in to any prouder of one Over the other a said Wadewitz. A of did them All because i wanted to. I guess the most i Ever did was to give that property for the ?� his reference was to the lakefront property valued then at $400,000, which Wadewitz purchased and gave to the City for development As a University of Wisconsin Racine Center a decade ago. The property and buildings erected on it have since been sold to Racine technical Institute. Wadewitz to gift giving has been carried out quite casually on occasions. Example fifteen years ago during a hot weather stay in St. Luke to Hospital with a broken Back he decided the place should be air conditioned. So he paid for individual units for All of the patient rooms. Wadewitz has been a member of the advisory Board and Benefactor of dominican College since the school to move to its lakefront Campus North of Racine. He received an honorary doctor of Laws degree from dominican in 1961 in ceremonies which cited him for his a excellent qualities of character and his Many achievements performed for the common Good without regard for personal ?� Wadewitz has been chairman of the Racine cemetery commission 47 years. He gave the w. R. Wadewitz memorial court of Honor to Graceland cemetery in 1948, and Garden court to Mound cemetery in 1961. Heads Hospital trustees Benstead who is president of the Board of trustees of St. Luke to Hospital inc., takes Pride in the fact that since 1965, the Hospital to expansions have been financed without tapping individuals or companies in fund drives. Instead Loans were negotiated with a consortium of Banks and Are being paid Back from the Hospital to income. A and a Benstead notes a of get credit for getting companies to match the contributions of their employees in United fund drives a a practice begun in Racine 30 years ago. Like Wadewitz Benstead has a wide ranging interest in education and also has been a frequent giver to educational causes. Supported Racine Belles he is for instance a trustee of Ripon College of Cove school in Racine Kemper Hall in Kenosha Athens Greece College and an honorary trustee of Anatolia Greece College. Both the schools in Greece Are american. They Are Junior colleges. Wadewitz and Benstead both have been selected by the veterans of foreign wars As Racine to Man of the year Wadewitz in 1949, Benstead in 1951. Wadewitz has been Active in american legion affairs Here and once served regularly As the drummer boy on the legion to spirit of 76 Parade float. Sports activities have also captured a share of Wadewitz to attention Over the years As a participant sometimes As a promoter and financial Backer at others. His most significant venture in the realm of athletics a oin terms of time and Money a Wadewitz said was probably his support of the Racine Belles a girls to team a charter member of a now defunct league the All american girls baseball league started during world War ii. Wadewitz was Belles president. And a oat one time Racine was famous for roller Polo a Wadewitz recalled. He was in on that too 50 or More years ago promoting it and playing it. He was a goal tender. The game is like hockey but played on roller skates. Monday hours 9 30 . To 9 . 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